Hotel Management and Operations
Culinary, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism
Quiz 1 :
Q74 Q74 Q74
Traditionally, spas were perceived as amenities needed to attract guests to a given resort. In other words, as long as the spa center achieved a break-even point and did not lose money, the ability of spas to increase the room occupancy was sufficient to justify their existence?
Q83 Q83 Q83
Which of the following is NOT one of the things Holleigh does when she first arrives to work? a. Personally greets each team member b. Review the day's spa appointments c. Review the day's health and wellness activities d. Review the day's Ritz Kids programs e. All of the above were mentioned as things Holleigh does when she first arrives to work